Turkey parliament brawl over judicial debate
Turkish MPs have approved controversial plans to reform the country's top judicial body, amid a brawl which left one opposition MP with a broken nose.
The government wants the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors - the HSYK - to come under justice ministry control.
The bill was debated overnight amid heated scenes, with reports of dozens of MPs involved in a fist fight.
The BBC's James Reynolds said the violence in parliament has shown strong divisions in Turkish politics.
15 Feb 2014
- From the section Europe